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Photography Adventure

The training activity took place
in Sremski Karlovci, Serbia
organised by Association Fabrik Art
from 19 - 26 September 2010
Reference person

Boris Radivojkov

(co - trainer and organizer)
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Aims & objectives

Youth in Action project, Action 3.1 “Photography Adventure” - training course about using creative photography as a method for social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities

The main goal of our TC was to improve creativity and increase knowledge, learning methods and experiences of participants, which they can use in everyday work for youth with educational difficulties (lower qualified persons) including them in active local community life.

The objectives were:
-to promote social inclusion as a most significant value working with youth with fewer opportunities – lower qualified persons
-to promote young people’s active citizenship
-to develop skills of participants to become multipliers in their every day work with youth with fewer opportunities

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Target group on this training course consisted of motivated young people that were ready to use new creative and photography techniques in youth work activities.

Target group on this training course: youth workers, youth leaders, social workers, play workers, youth animators, teachers and all people that are working on social inclusion, inclusion people with fewer opportunities, working with discriminated and marginalized groups of youth, and young people that are actively involved in organization of any cultural and art manifestation, who wants to learn more about Creative Approaches Youth Work.

The participants were from: Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonian, France, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine;
Total number of participants was 34.

Training methods used & main activities

The applied methods: non formal way of learning through experience of artistic methods working on creative photography.

Using creative photography expression, participants multiplied products acquired from our training course in their every day work for youth with educational difficulties - lower qualified persons.

Activities on our training course were: making photographies, photography games, making video from photo materials, drawing with photo chemistry, spending time in nature and contact with nature.

Outcomes of the activity

The main topics of the training were:
- Youth in Action Programme advocacy
- Creative Photography – elemental and creative - techniques, portrait, nature, reportage...
- Social Inclusion Theory + Practice
- Making Art Network
- Project writing technigues

Using creative photography expression, participants multiplied products acquired from our training course in their every day work for youth with educational difficulties - lower qualified persons.

Idea was to show that there is possibility to solve certain problem with application of creative photography. This art activity led to solution or point out a problem that can be resolved by working on it afterwards.

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More info about project on:

Training course supported by European Commission and Youth in Action Programme and organized by Association Fabrik Art

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

In this training course my role was trainer. I worked with co trainer Boris Radivojkov (, professional photographer and multimedia art expert.

As a trainer, I was responsible to cover topics that are related with cultural diversity, social inclusion, human rights issue, Youth in Action Programme advocacy, steps for future cooperation and writing project proposals.

Through professional cooperation with Association Fabrik Art team and my colleague co trainer Boris Radivjokov, this training course was successfully finished.

I worked on this training for 8 days as a full time trainer.

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